What you need to know
- Plugable just announced a new triple HDMI docking station.
- It uses a single USB-C port and offers three HDMI outputs.
- There are USB-A, headphone, Ethernet, and more ports as well.
Plugable today announced a new dock that takes a single USB-C port and turns it into three HDMI ports, all while offering a ton of other connectivity options as well. And in typical Plugable fashion, it's competitively priced as well.
Priced at just $139, the Plugable UD-3900PDZ can power displays of up to 4K from one of its three HDMI ports while the other two max out at 1080p. Throw in a notebook's internal screen and that means you could be using four displays at once.
Got a ton of connectivity needs and nowhere to plug everything into your computer? This new Plugable docking station should have everything you need to get up and running, including a solid 24-month limited parts and labor warranty. But really, it's all about those ports.
If that sounds like something that should be on your desk, the Plugable UD-3900PDZ is available to order from Amazon now. It's available for $139 now – remember to clip the coupon – but will normally sell for $149.99.
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